Do you think so ?
wow, they let me on here today and i can't think of nothin to say!!
I see that Alpo is still letting his alligator mouth make B.S. claims, about other posters, that his bumble bee a##&ole can’t back up..... LMFAO !!
Nice one Clay. I disagree with your premise however.
The Russians used the key, given to them by the bikes owner - not bolt cutters.
They didn’t actually hold the “title” but the legal owner had been letting them ride it. When the neighborhood badazz offer to let them join his gang they gave it to him as a gift. The legal owner can call the cops to get it back but they’ll be conveniently busy busting some jaywalkers.
I'm just waiting for fairmon and his pals to figure out an argument making this President Obama's fault...it won't take them long.
The Rooskies wouldn’t have done this unless they knew they could get away with it. Who do you think gave them that idea, even unintentionally, through an open display of weakness and ineptitude?
"Gauss, I don't care if you sailed around the world a thousand times, I guarantee you we were more respected when Reagan was Potus than this Bozo."
Oh yeah? Hezbollah wasn't too scared or "respectful" of Reagan when they bombed the Marine barracks in Beiruit. Take your partisan goggles off for one second and you'll realize the same crap that is happening now, was happening back during the days of Reagan.
I know what you mean ... the Rooskies were jabbing their finger in our eye on a daily basis and the world was LTFAO at how impotent and broke-azz we were.
"BO calls our Constitution a "charter of negative liberties" that says it all."
And in a comment worthy of Monty Python, GW Bush said: "It's just piece of paper."
Limric was right about you guys. And how!!
Wonder what he has to say about you posting lying idiotic Fleabagger talking points
**Did President Bush call the Constitution a "G.D.’ed piece of paper"?
The report that Bush "screamed" those words at Republican congressional leaders in November 2005 is unsubstantiated, to put it charitably.
We judge that the odds that the report is accurate hover near zero. It comes from Capitol Hill Blue, a Web site that has a history of relying on phony sources, retracting stories and apologizing to its readers.
Update, Feb. 21, 2011: The author of the Capitol Hill Blue story has now withdrawn it. Doug Thompson messaged us to say:
Doug Thompson: This is to let you know that the piece on Bush and the Constitution has been changed and reads:
"This article was based on sources that we thought, at the time, were reliable. We have since discovered reasons to doubt their veracity. For that reason, this article has been removed from our database."
I no longer stand behind that article or its conclusions and have said so in answers to several recent queries. In addition, I have asked that it be removed from a documentary film.
Major T.J. IoughtToBeAshamed : “Well, boys, I reckon this is it - nuclear combat toe to toe with the Roosskies... I reckon you wouldn't even be human being if you didn't have some pretty strong personal feelings about nuclear combat.”
President Barack O’Muffley: “Gentlemen, you can't fight in here, this is the War Room!”
Hello? Hello, Vladimir? Listen, I can't hear too well, do you suppose you could turn the music down just a little? Oh, that's much better. Yes. Fine, I can hear you now, Vladimir. Clear and plain and coming through fine. I'm coming through fine too, eh? Good, then. Well then as you say we're both coming through fine. Good. Well it's good that you're fine and I'm fine. I agree with you. It's great to be fine.
(emits a nervous giggle like a little girl)
Now then. You know how we've always talked about your desire to reconstitute the union.... The union, Vladimir. The Soviet Union. Well now it appears that you have gone a little too alfa-male for my tastes. You know. Just a little... pushy. And uh, you went and did a silly thing.
Well let me finish, Vladimir.... Let me finish, Vladimir.
Well, listen, how do you think I feel about it? Can you imagine how I feel about it, Vladimir? Why do you think I'm calling you? Just to say hello?
Of course I like to speak to you. Of course I like to say hello. Not now, but any time, Vladimir. I'm just calling up to tell you I’m deeply hurt by your insensitive actions in Crimea.
It's a friendly call. Of course it's a friendly call. Listen, if it wasn't friendly, ... you probably wouldn't have even got it.
I'm sorry, Vladimir. I'm very sorry.
Alright! You're sorry that I am taking such an attitude with you! But I am sorry as well. I am as sorry as you are, Vladimir. Don't say that you are more sorry than I am, because I am capable of being just as sorry as you are. So we're both sorry, alright?